I am a post-doctoral fellow at Stanford Center for Work, Technology & Organization (WTO). Prior to this, I did my PhD in Management of Organizational Behavior and Human Resources at DeGroote School of Business - McMaster University (Canada).
I study how the move from stable employment to the gig economy and the subsequent technological changes in the organization of work influence workers’ experiences as well as their daily management of work-life. Additionally, I am interested in understanding how different aspects of social identity including gender, race, class, and other institutionalized systems of power intersect and interact to influence inequality at work.
I am a finalist in the 2021 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Proposal Competition and the recipient of the SSHRC post-doctoral fellowship (2022), Ontario Graduate Fellowship (2021), and the Ontario Graduate Scholarship (2020).